Expert looks at potential uses of Google Glass in health care

07/18/2013 | Life as a Healthcare CIO blog

Google Glass, a device worn like a pair of glasses that functions similarly to an Android smartphone, has the potential to improve clinical safety, quality and efficiency, writes Dr. John Halamka, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center's chief information officer. The technology could prove useful in areas such as documenting the patient encounter in real time and retrieving the right clinical decision support for each patient, he notes.

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